Hoechst finds buyer for its PET business

June 1998
Plastics Technology;Jun98, Vol. 44 Issue 6, p63
Trade Publication
Reports plans of Hoechst AG to sell remainder of its Trevira polyester bottle resin and fibers business to Kosa Ltd. Company profile and operations of Kosa Ltd.; Plans for sale of other Hoechst business ventures; Operation of Kosa Ltd. regional headquarters in the United States.


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